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Weekend link dump for May 27

Summertime, and the living is easy…

Why newspapers insist on printing what liars say is a mystery to me.

This is the best argument I’ve seen against restaurants automatically adding a tip to the check.

You can find life just about everywhere on this planet.

How will driverless cars affect parking?

Giant prehistoric turtles. Do I really need to say more?

The robot that irons your clothes while you wear them.

As a Yankee fan I’m predisposed to dislike Curt Schilling anyway, but it’s nice to be objectively vindicated for it.

Go solar for the dolphin babies. Or whatever.

The Compleat Weird Al Music Video Library. I foresee many wasted hours ahead of me.

Hey, remember when African-Americans were considered a major obstacle to marriage equality?

From the Where Are They Now? Political Sex Scandals department.

Pity the poor Chamber of Commerce for its inability to herd teabaggers.

Some real facts about plastic in the Pacific Ocean.

Did the domestication of dogs by humans help doom the Neanderthals?

In case you missed the solar eclipse last week.

¿Como se dice “Jersey Shore” en Español? On second thought, never mind. I don’t want to know.

Marriage, gay or straight, is extra challenging for superheroes.

You can deep fry a Samoa, but not a Thin Mint.

Yes, it certainly is a shame that Colin Powell decided to set his credibility on fire a decade ago, because he could sure put it to good effect now.

On balance, it’s probably for the best that this is not something most of our Congressional candidates do.

Scalzi’s Lowest Difficulty Setting post and two followups. You should read them.

Just because something is called a “mobile home” doesn’t mean it’s actually mobile.

El Lay has joined the plastic bag banning bandwagon.

A genuinely interesting idea from Sen. Rand Paul, of all people.

The Slacktivist has begun his review of the third “Left Behind” book. All is right with the universe.

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